Long before the popular television series hit the air, Ellen shared tales of the ER with family and friends. Their reactions inspired her to compile her experiences. The result was Call It, an entertaining and refreshingly honest memoir of her nursing career. Follow her in the adrenaline charged Emergency Department, the Intensive Care Unit and during her daily routine as an Infection Control Nurse. She also worked as a Quality Improvement nurse and Case Manager for the health insurance industry. The book details successes, failures and some great laughs in every area. Medical show afficionados will not be disappointed and student nurses might learn some valuable lessons and insight about potential career paths.
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About the Author
Ellen Metz is a retired nurse currently enjoying her new title of Grandma. She believes that affordable quality health care is everyone's right, and her website nursesknow.org exists to gather opinions from nurses on what can be done to move the United States closer to this goal. Ellen believes that as the largest group of healthcare providers in the country, nurses' voices should be heard at the policy making committees in Washington.